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VALUE OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
VALUE OF ADVERTISING. Another noticeable instance of .the value of advertising in the "Northern Standard" is given in the case of the [ Gold Bangle lost, by "Victor,' and ¡advertised in Tuesday's issue. The [lost bangle was in the owner's hands I half an hour after the paper, was is- sued, and the reward paid over»
ANGLO-FRENCH CRISIS. WHEN THIEVES FALL OUT." WAR IMMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
A N ULO- V 'X ti NC H CXI S irs. WAR IMMINENT. Anglo-French relations are strain- ed over thc Silesian problem. Lloyd George declared the Anglo-Italian commission in Upper Silesia decided in favor of giving overwhelming Polish areas to Poland and areas where the town and country toget- her showed a German majority to Germany. The French Commission- ers dissented, meantime the Polish insurgents endeavored to create a fait accompli. The Premier intima- ted his intention of dealing sternly with the situation, which threatened to disturb the peace of Europe. He pointed out the futility of asking Germany to honor its bond unless the Allies were prepared to do the same. Russia would one day be a powerful, dominant country; it was the duty and interest of Britain not to alienate Russian friendship by in- justice now. Lloyd George's speech caused a sensation through France. Briand states that France is pre- pared to take the field with the Poles against Germany if necessary. The British Pre...
SUBSCRIPTION DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
SUBSCRIPTION DANCE. A , very enjoyable Subscription Dance under . the auspices of, the ' Victoria League was held in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening last The hall was vjery tastefully decorated with-flags .bunting and . palms and presented a very gay ap; pearance. Amongst those present... were^ the Administrator, Mrs. Urqu- hart' and Miss yrquhart,. Mr. Poyn- " ton, and Mr. and Mts. Cotton^Dane)-> ing 'was kept up till about midnight / when a very enjoyable evening was brought to a 'close. The. music was supplied by Mr. W. F. Connolly and . ; Misses Millican and Mansfield., Mrs. - \Vorgan, the untiring secretary, and her committee of energetic ladies are to be complimented on thé success of the evening.
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. Thc above, band will render thc following programme of music ut . Callan Park oh Friday evening next : V March, Sim'jlicity ; march/AV esr bury; Waltz, The Mascot ; 'march. Colonel Bogey ; selection, Norman hurst; march, Little Ai aggie May, walli; Nöda ;î m«:eh, 1 Witn ^woid ^ and. Lance ; marchi, Whi« »vorih , AJvance Australia; ^ lhe_ Kau^r] ., - Robinson, ??Hon Secretary* :~l ,-, -
CARRYING TH WAR TO ENEMY'S CAMP. GIVING ENGLAND A TASTE OF ITS "BLACK AND TANS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
: CARRYING TH WAR TO ENEMY'S CAMP. GIVING ENGLAND A TASTE OF ITS "BLACK AND TANS." . Sensational - Irish raids took plac&lt; in London and Liverpool. .The raid' ers, black masked, carried revolvers, Raids in Catford, Blackheath, Toot ing, - Battersea, West - Kensington, were,; carried out simultaneously. Organised bands went "to houses and demanded whether the inmates were-members of the Royal Irish Constabulary. Two .men and one woman .were shot. There were 4 - arson cases reported and two serious fires. Scotland. Yard has mobilised a fleet of 23 motor cars packed with detec- tives who are scouring London and searching quarters where the Irish sympathisers are congregated. Three arrests have been made. It ..is believed that a campaign of terror is inaugurated in London. All the Liverpool, raids were made on houses occupied by relatives of the mercenary constabulary..
ANOTHER STAGE OF THE GRIM STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
ANOTHER STAGE OF THE GRIM STRUGGLE. The' Sinn Feiners returned for the Irish "Parliament" include De Val- era, Griffiths, Countess Markievic2, Mrs. O'Callaghan, widow of the murdered Mayor of Limerick, Miss , Mary McSwiney, sister of the mur- dered Lord Mayor of Cork, two /widows of the executed 1916 patriots, Michael /Collins, the .military leader, Desmond ¿ Fitzpatrick, ¡etc. ÀU are pledged^ not '?,%o-1 ake ^afi oath of al- legiance. About one third of those elected- are in. gaol. . It is expected that the Sinn Fein- ers and Nationalists will gain 17 v seats in , the Northern Parliament, but they will not sit.
THREE EPITAPHS. ON A CAPITALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
THREE, EPITAPHS. ON A CAPITALIST. This man, to; win a little gold - He would not use and could not hold Against all truth and honor stood, And robbed : small children of their food. His name is ' written here on stone, But nothing of his crimes is shown. Part of a system, here is laid The poorest thing- God ever made. OÎJ A PRIME MINISTER. Here lies, -without the power to chóose - . - ?. A better bed, a man'named Hughes, Who proudly made himself a mat To wipe the- muddy boots of Fat He ruled Australia for a time By making freedom seem a crime; He spent our treasure and our blood, And bogged us in Imperial mud. ' If any children should yearn The manner, of. this man to learn, Write this above his resting place: "His soul was very like his face/' ON A MEEK WORKER. Here lies a simple working man Vyho caught, some trams for which he ran, And ate some bread and drank some tea, And thought that two and two made ... three. . He lived sore-cheated all his days. And, toiling, . gave his boss...
NORTH-SOUTH LINE. (This Day.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
NORTH-SOUTH LINE. (This Day.) A party of members and the Fed- eral Public Works Committee is' to make an overland inspection of the North-South railway route. It will consist of Senator Foll and Newland and Representative Jackson. Mr. Hobler, Commonwealth En- j gineer and the Secretary are starting for Oodnadatta. The party will pro- ceed northwards, through Central Australia to Darwin, returning through " portions of Western Queensland. The tour is expected to last two months.
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Gables SILESIAN REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph tatist fables SILESIAN REVOLT. The Polish insurgents under Dr. Korfanty in Upper Silesia have halt . ed. on the line of demarkation, but trained, armed German volunteers are massing on the other side of the line.' Relentless civil war is likely with dire possibilities. The rebels have severed the means of communi- cation with the outside World upon which the industriales district de- pends. -This means no receiving of wages and Germany won't send money knowing it would be seized : by the" rebels. The food supply is 1 failing, meanwhile the rebel leaders have seized ,the castles of the Siles- j ian nobility, ^driving them from lux- ' ury.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
CRICKET. The following teams have been chosen to play a match on the Oval on Saturday next, May 21st, 1921 : No. i Team.-G Arnold, R. J. Bes ley, R. Young, H. Faulconer, F. Southwell, P. Kelsey, Max McMillan, S. Hocking, J. A. Davies, G . Cum- mings, C. Widdy, C. E. Hill, B. j Sherrin, H. F. L. Finniss, A. C. Rob- son, H. S. Tootil, A. Conlin, S. Godfrey. No. 2 Team.-R. G. Ardill, G. C. Marsh, R. MacDonald, Max McMil- lan, R. Kerr, C. W. tight, D. Flem- ing, J. Quigley, J. Olsen, W. Stanley, J. A. Porter, C. Maxwell, C. Grenier, W. McMillan, V. C. Lampe, F. C. Urquhart, - Urquhart, Junr., D. N. Hawke.
WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
WHICH? 1 Lloyd George recognises Sinn Fein and now that he is baffled will meet its leaders unconditionally. (See cable to-day.) Mr. Poynton in- sinuates Sinn Fein to be criminal, and hence that Lloyd George is an accomplice, or a coward. Et tu
METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
METAL QUOTATIONS. The following metal quotations were received in the Mines Office this morning :-Copper, standard spot, £73.3s od; three months, £72 3s od ; electrolytic, £74 to £75 ; lead, £23 ss-; three months, £23 5s; tin, standard spot, £178 12s 6d ; three months, £180 8s od ; silver, standard cash, 2sio^d per oz. ; standard forward, 2s Q^d per oz. ; fine cash 3s id ; fine forwad, 3s 7-i6d per oz. ; molybdenite, £2 10s per unit ; wolfram, 12s io^d per unit ; gold, £5 2s nd per oz.
THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
THIEVES. The Right Rev. Father O'Reilly, of Sydney, has ~ dropped a verbal .bombshell in the capitalistic camp, and thrown" it into a tremendous state of agitation. He declared the other night, in the course of a public address, that a . man who could not find employment and was starving, was justified in . stealing food. The profiteers and their papers y and politicians are now howling fur- iously, and denouncing thc daring '? priest with purple face's and splutter- ing lips. The president of the Master Re- tailers* Association rushed forth, angrily shaking a pen. "What - will become of society," he cried,. _"if wholesale stealing is to prevail?" \' It didn't seem to occur to him that wholesale .stealing does prevail, and that he himself is in favor of a. form of soiety that is based upon theft, and honors the successful thief a« Î bovè all men. Father O'Reilly justifies, stealing only in thc case of a man who is ab- solutely famishing for food, to re - lieve his hunger, and in the...